Despite the pouring rain and dismally gray skies that graced the beginning of our evening, there was nothing that could stop the SPA from pulling off another fantastic gala. Our hair may not have kept the way that we wanted to, and we may have had to cover our beautiful

June   Forty Fort was about as alive as roadkill. Over 600 people lived there, but no one ever understood why. An ancient cemetery haunted the lifeless town with rusty, iron gates and thousands of moss-covered tombstones. The sport fields covered almost as much land as the cemetery, but were

The flowers are in bloom, the weather is warm, and the snow is all cleared up.  Spring is in full swing, and Highlander Athletics is back in action after a brief hiatus following the conclusion of winter sports.  Many spring sports teams have vaulted into hot starts and will look

Penndel. Over the years it has become a “rite of passage” for the students here at Cairn University. Penndel has become a place for the upperclassmen to hunker down and get through their placements and student teaching without the frustrations of underclassmen staying up all night For those who live

Little Women. Louisa May Alcott. 546 pp. Grosset & Dunlap, 1947, 1868.   By Madison Errichetti. Secondary Math Education, Fall ’17.   March 25, 2015   Two years ago on March 25th I finished reading Little Women by Louisa May Alcott for the first time. Since then, I have reread

The Cairn Enactus team has been working hard this past year to give back to the campus, the community, and the world.  Please keep the team in prayer this week, as they travel to Washington, D.C. for the Enactus Regional Competition. We will have a multitude of representatives at the

Lone Survivor. Marcus Luttrell. 390 pp. Little, Brown, 2007. By Rachel Ishak. Social Work, Fall ‘17.   If you desire to read a compelling book that accurately portrays the heroism soldiers display in the face of very real danger and demonstrates why Americans must express their gratitude to these brave

Cairn University is an institution of many unique, highly qualified individuals stamping their mark on the university.  People do this in many different ways; through academics, athletics, extracurricular activities, and their personalities, they make an impact on their university.  I sat down with Alexander Crawford, a genuine man with a

A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea. Melissa Fleming. 274 pp. Flatiron Books, 2017. By Erin Ensinger Adjunct Professor, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences March 22, 2017   Last week, while Cairn students headed home for spring break, Syrians marked the sixth anniversary of a civil war that has

Welcome to Book Talk! Pull up a comfy chair, grab a cup of coffee, and join us for an inspiring conversation about the books that are shaping our lives. This is a place for the entire Cairn community – students, faculty and staff alike – to cultivate our reading lives.